Wyatt Flores has shared his brand new Life Lessons EP, with the Oklahoma native's celebrated new project featuring the previously released singles, ‘West of Tulsa’ and ‘Holes’.
Excitingly, the new EP includes a couple of fan-favourite tracks that Wyatt has teased a number of times in the past via his socials, the introspective ‘Astronaut’ and ‘Orange Bottles’.
The alt-country prodigy continues to cement his status at the forefront of the new wave of artists emerging from Oklahoma, with Wyatt Flores’ hugely popular sound clearly drawing inspiration from the likes of Turnpike Troubadours and Zach Bryan.
The title-track will undoubtedly prove a hit with fans, with Wyatt Flores crooning light-heartedly across an infectiously jaunty and traditional-leaning banjo-driven instrumental, as he reels off the eye-opening experiences he's racked up while out on the road.
The new Life Lessons EP serves as the first in three instalments that fans can look forward to from the prolific artist, with Wyatt Flores having confirmed the next two EPs will arrive in 2024.
Wyatt Flores is in the middle of his sprawling run of 2023 tour-stops, with the ‘Please Don't Go’ songsmith gearing up for dates in Virginia, Colorado, Texas, Alabama and more.
In addition, Wyatt Flores will take the stage at Nashville's prestigious ‘Mother Church of Country Music’, the iconic Ryman Auditorium, for a blockbuster double-header of shows alongside Charles Wesley Godwin and Cole Chaney on December 7 and 8.
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